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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to change the presentation of HTML content. Inherently, CSS is not designed to change the semantic meaning of content, but to control its appearance.
Learn more about The Impacts of CSS on Accessibility
Conducting quality assurance testing on accessibility issues is often a stumbling block for teams after receiving the results of an accessibility audit.
Learn more about QA for A11Y
This question often comes up when you (a product manager, project manager, or service owner) are in charge of a website/application or product with accessibility issues.
Learn more about What is “Accessible Enough”?
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